February Meeting

Post date: Feb 03, 2017 9:1:21 PM

Kelly Weger

Traditional versus Sustainable:

Life Cycle Impacts of Insulation

The role of insulation is to keep us comfortable, while lowering energy costs, but our choice of insulation can have many more impacts to consider. With a slew of new products hitting the market, how do you know which choice is truly sustainable? Learn about what’s out there, what’s coming, and what to consider when making your insulation selection.

Lunch Meeting - February 23

Cost: $17 (includes lunch)

Check-in: 11:30 am - Noon EDT

Lunch/Program: Noon - 1:00 pm EDT

RSVP at the link above

Tippecanoe Place

620 W. Washington St.

South Bend, IN

Dinner Meeting - February 23

Professional Cost: $20 (includes dinner)

Student Cost: Free! (sponsored by the chapter)

Check-in: 5:30 pm - 6:00 CDT

Dinner/Program: 6:00 - 8:00 pm CDT

RSVP at the link above

Bullpen Luxury Bar/Grill (Gelsosomo's Pizza)


9318 Indianapolis Blvd

Highland, IN 46322

(219) 924-9300


About Kelly:

Kelly works with companies throughout the state of Indiana. She provides trusted advice and technical assistance to manufacturers and other businesses. Through consulting and training, she implements solutions to help companies increase efficiencies and reduce waste within their entire organization. Kelly specializes in building technologies, energy efficiency, and sustainability. She is a Registered Architect and LEED Accredited Professional, as designated by the U.S. Green Building Council; Kelly uses these skills to help businesses to identify opportunities and prioritize the best approach for both immediate and long term benefits. She also draws upon the Purdue brain trust to provide unique and innovative solutions for complex technological problems and business development issues. She is based at the field office in Indianapolis.

Kelly has more than 14 years in the building industry, with experience in commercial, governmental, and industrial projects. She has helped more than 100 industrial companies to ascertain energy related goals and opportunities, providing real-world results in a cost-effective manner. She has provided technical third-party reviews of facilities and operations for companies in plastics, metals, batteries, data centers, property management, and many others. Kelly has held positions as Project Architect, Energy Efficiency Program Manager, Renewable Energy Program Manager, Outreach Manager, and Sustainability Specialist. She is a Registered Architect in the State of Michigan and a LEED A.P.